2017/2018 Academic Related Programs

Academic Related Programs (ARPs) are defined as those activities and programs which extend the formal learning experience in a course or academic program.  They provide an opportunity for students to become engaged and involved in their education outside of their academic courses to enrich their overall educational experience.

ARPs involve a faculty, staff, or campus administrator in a support role to the students working on specific projects. 

Examples of ARPs include but are not limited to student colloquia, lecture series, seminars, student projects, student competitions, student forums, student exhibitions, student productions, student performances, and participation at professional conferences. 

 
To be considered, submit your application by 4pm PT, October 6, 2017
  


UPDATES: 

  • Maximum daily student travel reimbursement allowance is now $80 lodging and $30 for meals
  • CSU Travel Restrictions, CA Assembly Bill 1887 prevents travel to : KS, MS, NC, TN, AL, KY, SD, TX

Events

SEPT5

SSF-ARP Workshop #1

2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Student Union Legacy Suite 372(map)

Open to all students and student orgs interested in writing a Student Success Fee Proposal.  The workshop clarifies how students can apply for funds, resources on campus to help with the proposal and much more!
SEPT7

SSF-ARP Workshop #2

10:00 am to 11:00 am

Student Union Legacy Suite 372(map)

Open to all students and student orgs interested in writing a Student Success Fee Proposal.  The workshop clarifies how students can apply for funds, resources on campus to help with the proposal and much more!
SEPT12

SSF-ARP Workshop #3

10:00 am to 11:00 am

Student Union Legacy Suite(map)

Open to all students and student orgs interested in writing a Student Success Fee Proposal.  The workshop clarifies how students can apply for funds, resources on campus to help with the proposal and much more!
SEPT14

SSF-ARP Workshop #4

11:00 am to 12:00 pm

Student Union Legacy Suite 372(map)

Open to all students and student orgs interested in writing a Student Success Fee Proposal.  The workshop clarifies how students can apply for funds, resources on campus to help with the proposal and much more!
SEPT18

SSF-ARP Workshop #5

10:00 am to 11:00 am

Student Union Templo Mayor 231(map)

Open to all students and student orgs interested in writing a Student Success Fee Proposal.  The workshop clarifies how students can apply for funds, resources on campus to help with the proposal and much more!
SEPT20

SSF-ARP Workshop #6

10:00 am to 11:00 am

Student Union Templo Mayor 231(map)

Open to all students and student orgs interested in writing a Student Success Fee Proposal.  The workshop clarifies how students can apply for funds, resources on campus to help with the proposal and much more!
SEPT26

SSF-ARP Workshop #7

10:00 am to 11:00 am

Student Union Legacy Suite 372(map)

Open to all students and student orgs interested in writing a Student Success Fee Proposal.  The workshop clarifies how students can apply for funds, resources on campus to help with the proposal and much more!
SEPT28

SSF-ARP Workshop #8

2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Student Union Legacy Suite 372(map)

Open to all students and student orgs interested in writing a Student Success Fee Proposal.  The workshop clarifies how students can apply for funds, resources on campus to help with the proposal and much more!
OCT2

SSF-ARP Workshop #9

10:00 am to 11:00 am

Student Union Templo Mayor 231(map)

Open to all students and student orgs interested in writing a Student Success Fee Proposal.  The workshop clarifies how students can apply for funds, resources on campus to help with the proposal and much more!
OCT3

SSF-ARP Workshop #10

11:00 am to 12:00 pm

Student Union Templo Mayor 231(map)

Open to all students and student orgs interested in writing a Student Success Fee Proposal.  The workshop clarifies how students can apply for funds, resources on campus to help with the proposal and much more!